Holidays on the Costa del Sol doesn´t mean necessarily to spend all your time at the hotel pool or the beach. A holiday on the about 160 km long “Sun Coast” in southern Spain can mean a lot more, as indicate the numerous available leisure facilities.
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Thousands of tourists enjoy their holidays on the Costa del Sol, where apart from on the beaches they can also have great fun in the water parks or visiting natural environments. Using a vehicle is a must when we want to get the most from our visit, so for this we recommend to check our prices and book early, take advantage of our online reservation without credit card nor cancellation fees. Continue reading to know some of our recommended things to do in Malaga.
There is no doubt that if we´d ask the foreign tourists visiting our country about an outstanding holiday destination in Spain, many of them would answer “Costa del Sol”. If you were to ask about which city in this area they would choose, there would be several responses like Estepona, Fuengirola, Benalmadena, Torremolinos, Nerja and Marbella in particular, as it is along the coast of the province of Malaga where you can really live and know southern mediterranean life style, but distances are not short, so remember to check prices for Malaga car hire and continue reading.
Malaga airport – Costa del Sol continues to grow and is positioned as the fourth most important in Spain. In the first half of this year it has seen an increase in both passengers and operations, as reported by AENA (Spanish Airports and Air Navigation).
Who passes these days through the facilities of Malaga airport may shorten their waiting time visiting a temporary exhibition in the arrivals hall of Terminal 3.
Located at the foot of the Muslim heritage Alcazaba, Malaga on the Costa del Sol welcomes travelers with its newly expanded airport. Malaga is growing rapidly and is becoming a modern city with new transport infrastructure, modern city hotels and an increasing cultural offer, which along with its great location on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, surrounded by mountains and an almost always blue sky make it an attractive place to visit.